Why study environmental science online?
Studying an environmental science course prepares you to protect, restore, and rehabilitate the environment.
Put your knowledge of biology and chemistry under the microscope, and examine science through the lens of biodiversity, conservation, and spatial ecology.
Use your skills to tackle climate change, reduce pollution, and conserve threatened species. Join the ranks of environmental scientists who dedicate themselves to making a difference. With an environmental science qualification, you can play a crucial role solving today’s environmental challenges.
- Explore the connection between science and policymaking.
- Access world leading experts in climate change science.
- Take up placement opportunities within relevant organisations.
- Human-caused climate change.
- River basin and catchment protection.
- Marine and Antarctic science.
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We can guide you in your selection from 550+ degrees, and 2,610+ subjects, from leading Australian unis.
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We offer single undergraduate subjects from full degrees without any entry requirements.
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Apply for credit for past study, or your work experience, and finish faster.
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Enrol through us, and graduate with exactly the same university degree as on-campus students.
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During your enrolment, we’ll offer you the option to pay upfront in full, or defer your payment using a student loan. Remember to look into income tax deductions for course fees and study-related expenses.
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